Adero Law are the leading specialists in property dispute matters. As a result of the excellent outcome achieved in the ‘3 Property Group’ matter, Adero Law has been able to lead legislative change for the benefit of property purchasers buying off-the-plan units in the Australian Capital Territory. We now act for off the plan property purchasers in a number of developments across the Australian Capital Territory.
We, at Adero Law, have always taken pride in acting in a conscionable manner on behalf of our clients and our community of the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales.
We have noticed an increase in the number of disputes arising out of property purchases in the ACT and NSW. Specifically, first-home buyers purchasing off-the-plan property only to have their contracts rescinded.
We endeavour, as legal professionals, to assist by intervening and providing some necessary advice and support by way of legal services in such matters for buyers trying to navigate these dangerous waters for the first time.
To that extent, we have created an arm of our firm called the 'Buyer’s Advocate', consisting of lawyers specialising in property disputes, to act on behalf of such purchasers who have had their purchase contracts rescinded/terminated for one reason or another.
In acting for such clients, we intend to advise you of your rights in relation to:
- the contract for sale;
- the effect of the amendments under the Civil Law (Sale of Residential Property) Act 2003 (ACT); and
- attempt to enter negotiations on your behalf to either secure the property or at least obtain financial compensation
Any fees that we charge are on a speculative, no-win no-fee basis. We undertake this work with the purpose of assisting our clientele through these predicaments.
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